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Connecticut Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus
Connecticut Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus
PETITION FOR WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS
Notice - Starting October 1, 2006, A petition that challenges a conviction, confinement or other deprivation of liberty
that is a result of conviction of a crime, must be filed at the Superior Court, 20 Park Street, P.0. Box 980, Rockville,
CT 06066 File the original and two copies with the court clerk
If the petition raises claims based on anything other than a criminal conviction (such as adjudications not guilty by
reason of insanity or as a juvenile), the petition and two copies must be filed in the Judicial District where the petitioner
is confined or held.
FOR SUBMISSION TO SUPERIOR
COURT AT:
vs. Warden Location
Address:
1. Details of conviction(s) and sentence(s) now being served:
Sentence(s) (specify individual counts):
Concurrent or Consecutive:
Total effective sentence:
1e.
A Public Defender or Special Public Defender
1h.
My lawyer was:
Privately retained (paid to represent you):
Name(s) of your lawyer(s):
Yes
No
2. Did you apply for sentence review
If yes, what result:
1
Inmate No.:
Name of Inmate:
1a.
Date of Arrest:
1b.
Location of Court:
1c.
Sentencing Judge:
Date(s) of sentencing:
1d.
I Pleaded guilty. Date of plea:
1f.
I was convicted by: a jury
a judge
(or)
1g.
(days)
Total time in jail before sentencing:
Connecticut Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus
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